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... When I try to get to sleep I often feel like I am falling off the bed, which gives me a jolt of adrenaline that wakes me up". This I have been experience too. But it has stopt now. ... (22 replies)
... The feeling is like small painless electrical shocks that are simular to twitching of skin areas such as in our eyelids, from time to time. Kind of hard to properly describe the feeling. ... (6 replies)
... Every time I lay down at night I have to find a position that I won't hear or feel my pulse in my head. If I feel it then I can't sleep. I usually feel it on my belly when my head is on its side. I am anemic and hypoThyroid. So I shrug it off. ... (11 replies)

... years, I will have this random thing happen where I am walking somewhere and suddenly my head will start to throb and I can hear a whoosh like my pulse in my ears. It muffles all external sounds. It usually lasts for 15 seconds to a minute. ... (1 replies)
... sufferers. I can be relaxed enough to fall asleep, seems to lessen before bedtime now, but it never fails to wake me throughout the night. Sometimes hanging my head off the side of the bed helps. Don't know if it's a muscular problem. I've read they tense up and you should try to sleep on your back, hard for me to do. ... (19 replies)
... Yep I think i am a total hypochondriac too and i also think i have everything and always fear the absolute worst which just makes me panicky and higly stressed! ... (30 replies)
... Started about a week ago. As soon as the room is quiet, my head starts buzzing. ... (0 replies)
... I have the EXACT same problem as the initial poster, to the letter. My limbs go numb occasionally, usually on my left side. My head gets tingly also, but it doesn't go exactly "numb", it's more like the SKIN is numb. Same with my hands and feet. ... (7 replies)
... will cause a bout of these pulses in my head. ... (4 replies)
... AKMARTIN, I was a bit surprised to read your posting. I was discovered to have an Arachnoid Cyst in the posterior fossa and then I realized that 15 yrs ago no doctor informed me of having seen a Mega Cisterna Magna from an MRI then. ... (4 replies)
... Due to an abundance of stressful situations, in mid January I started having short chest pains similar to symptoms a few years ago. On Friday, January 21, 2005, I had one that lasted about 45 minutes. ... (4 replies)
... I understand they happen when you are in a reclined position but where are they felt? ... (22 replies)
Brain shocks
Mar 6, 2011
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Brain shocks
Feb 10, 2011
... I'm currently having what people call "electric shocks" in my brain, located in the back of my head to the right. It's like very short pulse of electricity zapping in one focused part of my brain. Sort of feels like someone is sticking an ice pick in there and pulling it out super quick. ... (3 replies)
... Confusion, difficulty in thinking, lack of concentration,forgetfulness, poor short term memory, poor attention, problem absorbing new information. ... (14 replies)
... I have been experiencing symptoms now for quite sometime, and now I feel they aregetting worse. I was diagnosed 5 yrs ago with lymes disease. ... (2 replies)
... I believe I have what you are describing. I am 44 and I have had it since I was about 8 years old. ... (5 replies)
... I have been having what I think are episodes of Cardioinhibitory Neurocardiogenic Syncope for the past 3 weeks. I am male and 54. I am in good physical shape and have always worked out about 4 times per week. I now weight about 160, down from about 170 pounds 3 weeks ago before this started. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I am a 33 yr old mum of two girls, and a baby boy who sadly died aged 6 weeks from strepptococcalB meningitis. I'll try and keep this to the point... ... (4 replies)
... anyways, as soon as I got home I passed out on the couch and slept for 24 hours straight without waking up once even to use the bathroom. But I felt fine when I woke up so I didn't really think anything of it. ... (0 replies)




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